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Gabe

Jim:

Thanks for the analysis of rmbrME and paper business cards on your blog. I'm *super* excited that you think the idea is interesting - and I'd love to share more with you about what we're planning to do. Getting your feedback would be very valuable, indeed.

Meanwhile, I just want to say that I am going to stick to my guns about the anachronism of business cards - though I also don't expect them to go away anytime soon.

After all, checks are infinitely customizable (american flags? teddy bears?), require no infrastructure investment on the part of the recipient (other than knowing their name and having a bank), they are trivial to distribute (tear, toss, repeat) and they expire (180 days in most places, immediately if you accept a bad one). ;)

Get in touch!

-G

Jim Meyer

@Gabe: You're very kind to say so. And, if you plan to leave a stack of checks laying about, please let me know. Preferrably signed. I promise to jot down the contact info on it. =]

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